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Inser / Update - error your SQL syntax

Thread began 11/03/2020 5:08 am by georgina_barrett_187762 | Last modified 11/03/2020 12:08 pm by georgina_barrett_187762 | 36 views | 2 replies


Inser / Update - error your SQL syntax

I have a content manger working perfectly on one of my sites. I have copied it and the database to another site hosted on a different server and for some reason I don't seem to be able to insert / update on some pages. I am getting an error your SQL syntax when I try and do it. Some inserts and updates on the content manager work and some don't. I have attached a copy of some of the files that don't work. I have checked to see if the datatyoes match with the database and as far as I can see they do. The strange thing is I have copied both the database and the content manger from a different domain that all works perfectly.

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